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EECS 161 - Introduction to Computer Networking Scott Jordan Internet / Quality of Service UCI University of California, Irvine Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM): Goal: a protocol that can accommodate a wide range of applications including data, interactive voice and video conferencing.
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EECS 161 - Introduction to Computer Networking Scott Jordan Internet / Quality of Service UCI University of California, Irvine Example: MPEG2 encoded video Want a single route for all packets in this connection, but don’t want to reserve peak rate: - Use call set-up phase to determine a route from source to destination. Label this route with a virtual circuit number. - Perhaps reserve some bandwidth along the route for this connection, perhaps not. rate time peak rate avg. rate
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EECS 161 - Introduction to Computer Networking Scott Jordan Internet / Quality of Service UCI University of California, Irvine Virtual Circuit Packet Switching (Walrand fig. 2.8) - Use packet switching, but router tables contain (VC #, switch port) instead of (des-
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2009 for the course CSE 120A taught by Professor Healey during the Spring '08 term at UC Irvine.

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